Police are looking into concerns over the lack of availability of officers at Mosgiel Police Station.
The new Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Dunedin preached at the oldest surviving church in Otago and Southland, St John's Church, in Waikouaiti, for the first time yesterday.
Performers and supporters have waved goodbye to a Fringe which organisers think the city should be proud of.
A "medium-term temporary'' solution to the Andersons Bay causeway bus stop issue will be in place within the next three weeks, the DCC has confirmed.
Dunedin city councillor Christine Garey has praised the "enormously important work'' of the Cancer Society and reflected movingly on supporting a friend with cancer.
A combination of lollies and energy drinks was the secret formula which kept a group of Taieri College pupils running through the night at the weekend.
St Patrick's Day, a southern rugby derby at Forsyth Barr Stadium and warm weather created a perfect storm of public disorder in Dunedin at the weekend.
Another Dunedin motorist has captured footage of shocking driving on city's streets, this time featuring a flying bag of rubbish and a foul-mouthed tirade.
Police attended a Moray Pl business on Saturday night after a large glass door was smashed.
Many members of the Northeast Valley community came together yesterday for one day of education, art, music and science.
Police are investigating after a driver crashed into a parked car and fled the scene in the early hours of Saturday morning.
A shortage of volunteers for clinical drug trials in Dunedin means a research company has been turning down contracts.
A motorcyclist has been taken to hospital after a crash in North Dunedin this afternoon.
Police are searching for a man who was seen allegedly performing an indecent act on the main street of Port Chalmers yesterday.
Hard work has paid off for a Middlemarch barrel racer who recently won the New Zealand barrel racing title for the sixth time.
Work is needed on the Karitane spit to prevent serious damage to the foreshore, the Waikouaiti Coast Community Board chairman says.
Trampoline injuries in Dunedin continue to soar at a greater rate than the national average, despite the city rebounding from a spike in injuries.
Despite an estimated 60,000 people expected to visit Dunedin during Easter, plenty of accommodation is still available in the city, providers say.
The introduction of standardised, confronting packaging for tobacco products is cause for celebration for members of Smokefree Otago.
Government ministers are considering two alternative networks of marine protected areas along the southeast coast of the South Island. Reporter Shawn McAvinue talks to a recreational fisherman and a conservationist about one option.